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    wrong place at the wrong time!
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    You sure you didn't set a deadfall trap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RdrBill View Post
    Irv.
    I have no Indian blood in me, and no trapping experience other than gophers on the ranch as a kid. I know what you are talking about, but it is something I have never done. I do my outdoors time with a rifle or shotgun. I have seen old dead trees fall down while way out in the boonies in Idaho. They give no warning. You see one of them come down and all of a sudden you see many more with the potential to harm you.
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    Don't let your guard down Bill, just because you're not up in Idaho country, caution is still in order. God forbid you encounter a "Grease Wood bush widow-maker"....I've known many-a-good men to suffer devastating boot scratches while hunting the dangerous environs in and about the Yuma area. Be safe sir, be safe!
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    I've seen things fall off the top shelves in the grocery isle at WallMart and pin shoppers to the floor. But they usually eat their way through whatever has them trapped and just continue "shopping".

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